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Edmunds New Cars & Trucks Buyer's Guide 2004

Creator: The Editors at Edmunds.com | Transportation - 2003-12-30

Midsize Coupe, Sedan 2004 Infiniti G35 MSRP Price Range $27950 - $32450 Destination Charge: $545 (all styles) Body Styles, ... and all coupes get a sport-tuned suspension; manual-shift coupes pick up 1 8-inch wheels and Brembo brakes.

Publisher: Edmund Pubns

About this book
For more than thirty-seven years, millions of consumers have turned to Edmunds buyer's guide for their shopping needs. This format makes it easier for consumers to get the advice and information they need to purchase their next new vehicle. Readers benefit from features such as: -Comprehensive vehicle reviews -Easy-to-use charts that rate competitive vehicles in popular market segments -Expanded in-depth advice on buying and leasing -Editors' and consumers' ratings -Larger photographs -Predicted resale values for all models. In addition to these features, vehicle shoppers can benefit from the best that they've come to expect from the Edmunds name: -In-depth articles on all-new vehicles -Crash test ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety -Warranty information and more.



528 pages

Lemon-Aid Used Cars and Trucks 2009-2010

Creator: Phil Edmonston | Transportation - 2009-02-16

M35, M45 The 2003 M45 replaced the I30/I35 as Infiniti's mid-size, rear-drive luxury car. ... Brake rotors glaze over and need turning. • Airbags fail to deploy. G35: 2003—Vehicle accelerates when coming to a stop with the AC engaged ...

Publisher: Dundurn PressLtd

About this book
Best-sellers for over thirty years, Lemon-Aid guides are unlike any other auto books on the market. Their main objective is to inform and protect consumers in an industry known for its dishonesty, where exaggerated claims remain unchanged. This brand new edition - the first in the series that covers used cars, trucks, and SUVs - is packed with insider tips to help you select a used vehicle that is as safe and as cheap as you want.It covers everything from the latest GM cutbacks, "secret warranties," to average seller markups. Plus, there are tons of useful tips on when you should buy, sell, or hold, and which models make the best $1,000-$3,000 "beaters." Filled with summaries of memos and service bulletins, this book is an easy-read guaranteed to teach you a thing or two (or three, or four ?) and more about used vehicles in Canada.



488 pages

Eugene Forsey, Canada's Maverick Sage

Creator: Helen Forsey | Biography & Autobiography - 2012-04-07

Xenon high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights can cost $800 each to replace. Extended warranty: A must-have. Best alternatives: Acura Integra, RL, or TL, Hyundai Genesis, and the Infiniti G35. Helpful websites: www.nicoclub.com.

Publisher: J. Patrick Boyer Book

About this book
Eugene Forsey's wit and wisdom are a legacy for the common good.Eugene Alfred Forsey (1904-1991) was one of Canada's foremost constitutional experts and a provocative voice for social justice and the common good. Legendary for his sharp wit and high principle, he brought encyclopedic knowledge, irascible tenacity and common sense to the causes of democracy, justice, and equality for all. Those themes resound through this book, and resonate strongly in the Canada of today.Forsey never managed to obediently toe a party line. Raised a Conservative, he converted to social democracy as a young academic in the 1930s. He spent the following decades working for the labour movement and the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF, now the New Democratic Party) and calling governments to account in speeches, articles, and pithy letters-to-the-editor. From 1970 to 1979, he sat in the Senate as a Trudeau Liberal, but soon afterwards resumed his more natural role as non-partisan critic and gadfly.In labour halls, university classrooms, broadcasting studios, and the Senate chamber, Forsey entertained even as he educated. So, too, does this account of his works and life, which blends the personal and the political to provide a rich resource for Canadians facing the challenges of the twenty-first century.Helen Forsey, like her father, Eugene, is a social activist and writer who worked overseas with CUSO and other international voluntary organizations. An ardent feminist and environmentalist, she winters in Ompah, Ontario, and summers at Pouch Cove, Newfoundland.


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  • Boss Audio Systems, Inc.

    Boss BV7320 In-Dash 3.2-Inch DVD/MP3/CD Widescreen Receiver with USB (Detachable Front Panel)

    Car Audio or Theater (Boss Audio Systems, Inc.)

    Rating (245 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
    Boss Audio Systems, Inc.

    Pretty good little unit

    OK, I have been living with this thing for a couple months and I am ready to give it the full review top tobottom! I'll cover the packaging, installation, initial impressions, what works well, what doesn't,predicted reliability and any tips or tricks that I have learned. Let's start with the packaging, nothing fancy and if I recall it comes with the metal sleeve, acouple of 'keys' to remove the radio from the sleeve, a short metal strap to mount it and two wiringharnesses that plug into the back of the radio. One harness is for power, ground, remote turn on, etc. andthe other is the speaker outputs. Directly connected to the back of the radio (no harness) are all theinputs and outputs. It also has a manual, the exact same one you can get from the bossaudio web site. Uponunboxing I looked over the radio and you can tell the Quality Control is not really A+. It works fine and wasnot broken in any way but the back side of the... 4/5 D. Benedict (Dayton, Ohio) - See all my reviews, April 7, 2012

    Excellent For The Price! Very happy!

    Installed this the other day in my pontoon boat.The sound is much better than expected - very happy.The screen is very clear and more than acceptable.This stereo also had two additional Video-Outputs. I connected one to a dash mounted 7" Legacy Monitor and it looks great. Note - the Video-Outputs DO NOT show output when in "Radio Mode". But do show output when a CD/MP3/DVD Movie are inserted.Tested Terminator 2 in DVD Mode - Looked and sounded great!Camera Input which works as expected.Tested a purchased DVD movie, three different Home-Made DVD Movies, DVD with MP3's, CD & CD with MP3's, ALL worked with NO Problem!For the "Parking Break Safety Feature", just Ground the Green wire to any ground to bypass.Note - The reason for a "4-Star" rating and not 5 - The Product Description makes it sound like a "Touch-Screen", it is NOT a Touchscreen, it is Touch "Controls" only. This is mostly my mistake, should have read the description closer and... 4/5 TennaWhat "NoWakeZone" (Stockbridge, Michigan) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Boss BV7320 In-Dash 3.2-Inch DVD/MP3/CD Widescreen Receiver with USB (Detachable Front Panel) (Electronics) Installed this the other day in my pontoon boat.The sound is much better than expected - very happy.The screen is very clear and more than acceptable.This stereo also had two additional Video-Outputs. I connected one to a dash mounted 7" Legacy Monitor and it looks great. Note - the Video-Outputs DO NOT show output when in "Radio Mode". But do show output when a CD/MP3/DVD Movie are inserted.Tested Terminator 2 in DVD Mode - Looked and sounded great!Camera Input which works as expected.Tested a purchased DVD movie, three different Home-Made DVD Movies, DVD with MP3's, CD & CD with MP3's, ALL worked with NO Problem!For the "Parking Break Safety Feature", just Ground the Green wire to any ground to bypass.Note - The reason for a "4-Star" rating and not 5 - The Product Description makes it sound like a "Touch-Screen", it is NOT a Touchscreen, it is Touch "Controls" only. This is mostly my mistake, should have read the description closer and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 26, 2010

    A Bad Gamble, 50% Restocking Fee

    After reading some of the reviews and seeing the sheer number of people who bought this stereo I decided to take a chance on it. My requirements are very basic, I just wanted a car stereo that can play from SD Card and USB. I decided on this one because I figured a high-res screen would make it easier to browse through all the folders of MP3s on the SD card. A lot of similarly inexpensive units have the basic 8-character display which I know from past experience is just not cutting it when you want to see the name of the song playing or the folder it's in, let alone being able to browse through folders effectively.What I found after a week of using this product is that even with my basic expectations it just has too many fatal and disappointing flaws. One or two annoyances I could live with but after a week I was ready to return it, even given the hassle and expense. Unfortunately amazon has a 50% restocking fee for opened items on top of paying for return shipping. I... 1/5 Brawndo - See all my reviews This review is from: Boss BV7325B In-Dash 3.2-Inch DVD/MP3/CD Widescreen Receiver with USB and Bluetooth (Detachable Front Panel) (Electronics) After reading some of the reviews and seeing the sheer number of people who bought this stereo I decided to take a chance on it. My requirements are very basic, I just wanted a car stereo that can play from SD Card and USB. I decided on this one because I figured a high-res screen would make it easier to browse through all the folders of MP3s on the SD card. A lot of similarly inexpensive units have the basic 8-character display which I know from past experience is just not cutting it when you want to see the name of the song playing or the folder it's in, let alone being able to browse through folders effectively.What I found after a week of using this product is that even with my basic expectations it just has too many fatal and disappointing flaws. One or two annoyances I could live with but after a week I was ready to return it, even given the hassle and expense. Unfortunately amazon has a 50% restocking fee for opened items on top of paying for return shipping. I... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 26, 2013
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    Local Distance Switch
    AM Stations: 12
    On Screen Display Menu
    Last Position Memory
    1-bit D/a Convertor
    30 Stations Preset
    Screen Size: 3.2"" Widescreen
    Chassis Mounting: Single DIN
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  • KENWOOD

    Kenwood Excelon DNX6960 6.1" In-Dash Double-DIN Navigation DVD Receiver

    Car Audio or Theater (KENWOOD)

    Rating (31 reviews):
    (3.7/5)
    KENWOOD

    Excellent navigation, iPhone/iPod integration & hands free calling

    UPDATED REVIEW: My earlier review only gave this unit 4/5 stars because it wouldn't download the address book from my iPhone 3G. Please read on and see how this issue was resolved.I got this unit yesterday at Mickey Shorr (Canton, MI). They installed it in my 2006 Eddie Bauer Ford Explorer in about an hour and I was off and running. The iPod integration is top notch. Using the touchscreen controls I instantaneously scroll back and forth between songs. So for the guy who installed this unit in his F-150, I'm not sure why you're experiencing the latency issue of 10-15 seconds to scroll to the next song, or go back one track. I feel bad for him because I'm thrilled with the speed and ease of use. The GPS is from Garmin who I believe to be the best. GPS in the unit is very accurate and could NOT be easier to use. Overall, with 15-20 minutes of fooling around I was able to master all the controls of the DNX6960 and same with my wife (since it's in her car).I... 5/5 Adam Chalmers (Michigan) - See all my reviews, October 31, 2010

    The unit I have been looking for

    I was looking at the DNX9960 and this unit to replace the Pioneer F90BT that started to give trouble. I ended up going with this unit because it was much more affordable, the features I were interested in were more or less the same, and the form and screen size were very similar to the F90BT. It is not as modifiable as the pioneer but performance-wise it surpasses the F90BT by far. The interface is easy to learn, however setting the configuration for the optimum sound took a little work. The garmin navigation is my preference - I am familiar with the interface and maps are easily available for any area (I am not using this unit in the US). The pre-outs are 5volt as compared to the 3volts on the pioneer. I am using this with an infinity 5350A multichannel amplifier and infinity components with a pioneer low-profile subwoofer, and the sound I am getting now as compared to the pioneer seems to be packing a little more juice. All in all, I am very satisfied with this head unit and would... 4/5 Big Shane (Humble, TX) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kenwood Excelon DNX6960 6.1" In-Dash Double-DIN Navigation DVD Receiver (Electronics) I was looking at the DNX9960 and this unit to replace the Pioneer F90BT that started to give trouble. I ended up going with this unit because it was much more affordable, the features I were interested in were more or less the same, and the form and screen size were very similar to the F90BT. It is not as modifiable as the pioneer but performance-wise it surpasses the F90BT by far. The interface is easy to learn, however setting the configuration for the optimum sound took a little work. The garmin navigation is my preference - I am familiar with the interface and maps are easily available for any area (I am not using this unit in the US). The pre-outs are 5volt as compared to the 3volts on the pioneer. I am using this with an infinity 5350A multichannel amplifier and infinity components with a pioneer low-profile subwoofer, and the sound I am getting now as compared to the pioneer seems to be packing a little more juice. All in all, I am very satisfied with this head unit and would... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 1, 2010

    TERRIBLE iPod integration!!

    After installing this head unit in my 2008 Ford F150 I got very excited. This really is a classy head unit in most respects. I've got my phone paired with the Bluetooth, the navigation seems very nice, Sirius radio sounds very good, even my steering wheel controls seem to work decently with the PAC SWIJACK, but... I used the Kennwood KCA-IP301V adapter to control my 120 GB iPod Classic. Immediately I noticed that it takes anywhere from 5 to 10 seconds (more often closer to 10) to switch forward or backward between songs, or to choose the songs from the list menu. Basically whenever you switch songs the unit freezes for the 10 seconds or whatever, and then resumes. Album artwork loads just as slowly too, which I really wouldn't mind being quicker, but would sacrifice in a heartbeat if it meant I could navigate between songs quicker. Also, when trying to navigate through my music using the A-Z menu, only about half of the letters actually brings up music that starts with that... 2/5 T-Bone "Tony407" (Portland, OR) - See all my reviews This review is from: Kenwood Excelon DNX6960 6.1" In-Dash Double-DIN Navigation DVD Receiver (Electronics) After installing this head unit in my 2008 Ford F150 I got very excited. This really is a classy head unit in most respects. I've got my phone paired with the Bluetooth, the navigation seems very nice, Sirius radio sounds very good, even my steering wheel controls seem to work decently with the PAC SWIJACK, but... I used the Kennwood KCA-IP301V adapter to control my 120 GB iPod Classic. Immediately I noticed that it takes anywhere from 5 to 10 seconds (more often closer to 10) to switch forward or backward between songs, or to choose the songs from the list menu. Basically whenever you switch songs the unit freezes for the 10 seconds or whatever, and then resumes. Album artwork loads just as slowly too, which I really wouldn't mind being quicker, but would sacrifice in a heartbeat if it meant I could navigate between songs quicker. Also, when trying to navigate through my music using the A-Z menu, only about half of the letters actually brings up music that starts with that... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 22, 2010
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    Includes built-in Garmin navigation, Bluetooth,iPod connection, USB music streaming, front panel A/V input,output; add Kenwood adapters
    4 x 50 Watts maximum power with three 5V preamp outputs (front/rear/sub) and crossover system
    AM/FM radio, DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, VCD, MP3/WMA/AAC, MPEG1, JPEG, iPod, USB, Bluetooth receiver with built-in Garmin navigation
    6.1-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display with WVGA 800 x 480 pixel resolution
    One-year limited warranty


  • Sony

    Sony XAV601BT 6.1-Inch Touch Screen Bluetooth AV Receiver with Pandora Control (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    Car Audio or Theater (Sony)

    Rating (29 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Sony

    Decent stereo, but MirrorLink isn't all that. (Review updated to include MirrorLink)

    ***NOTE: See update at the end of this review for my evaluation of MirrorLink with the Galaxy S3.***I have been eying the XAV-601BT for a while, but decided it was not worth its sticker price, considering that (as of the time of this review) its MirrorLink functionality only works with a few Nokia phone models.I finally bought this one reconditioned for $470, which I figured was a fair price for this stereo, to replace my flaky Alpine stereo that was having Bluetooth issues. The unit arrived a few days later - not bad, considering I opted for standard shipping - and was complete with all its parts and manuals, in new condition and full working order.The XAV-601BT installed fairly easily into my car, and the instructions were fairly clear (for those who are at least somewhat savvy at installing car audio). There was a speed sensor wire (presumably so the XAV-601BT knows how fast you are going during times when the optional USB GPS device can't see... 4/5 neAndrewthal - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Sony XAV601BT 6.1-Inch Touch Screen Bluetooth AV Receiver with Pandora Control (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics) ***NOTE: See update at the end of this review for my evaluation of MirrorLink with the Galaxy S3.***I have been eying the XAV-601BT for a while, but decided it was not worth its sticker price, considering that (as of the time of this review) its MirrorLink functionality only works with a few Nokia phone models.I finally bought this one reconditioned for $470, which I figured was a fair price for this stereo, to replace my flaky Alpine stereo that was having Bluetooth issues. The unit arrived a few days later - not bad, considering I opted for standard shipping - and was complete with all its parts and manuals, in new condition and full working order.The XAV-601BT installed fairly easily into my car, and the instructions were fairly clear (for those who are at least somewhat savvy at installing car audio). There was a speed sensor wire (presumably so the XAV-601BT knows how fast you are going during times when the optional USB GPS device can't see... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 28, 2012

    GREAT HEAD UNIT WITH LOTS OF COOL FEATURES!

    I've had this unit now for a few months, and I couldn't be happier with it. I was in the market to upgrade my stock bose system in my 08 mazda cx7, and a friend recommended this unit to me. I wanted a unit that had Ipod functionality, Pandora, USB ports and multimedia capabilities. This unit had everything I wanted, and much more.Pros:1. i'm no audiophile by any means, but I could tell almost instantly how different the sound was from the stock system. Sound was louder, fuller, crisper and the bass was deeper.2. i like the fact that it has a detachable faceplate and a neoprene carrying case3. touch screen is pretty intuitive, and you can customize screen from 2D graphics, to 3D4. bluetooth connectivity is quick and responsive, while the Ipod connectivity works really well5. dual usb ports allows for charging of my Iphone and a USB thumb drive6. dvds and movies on the usb drive work really well7. handsfree phone works really... 5/5 Amazon Customer - See all my reviews This review is from: Sony XAV601BT 6.1-Inch Touch Screen Bluetooth AV Receiver with Pandora Control (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics) I've had this unit now for a few months, and I couldn't be happier with it. I was in the market to upgrade my stock bose system in my 08 mazda cx7, and a friend recommended this unit to me. I wanted a unit that had Ipod functionality, Pandora, USB ports and multimedia capabilities. This unit had everything I wanted, and much more.Pros:1. i'm no audiophile by any means, but I could tell almost instantly how different the sound was from the stock system. Sound was louder, fuller, crisper and the bass was deeper.2. i like the fact that it has a detachable faceplate and a neoprene carrying case3. touch screen is pretty intuitive, and you can customize screen from 2D graphics, to 3D4. bluetooth connectivity is quick and responsive, while the Ipod connectivity works really well5. dual usb ports allows for charging of my Iphone and a USB thumb drive6. dvds and movies on the usb drive work really well7. handsfree phone works really... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 24, 2012

    great experience so far

    this is only the second aftermarket stereo I have used but it is the best that I've owned. the sound quality is excellent and the changing lights are a nice visual addition My only gripe is due to the fact that at this time it is a new product. the mirror link function does not work with all smartphones (the list i found was really short) and the optional navigation is not for sale yet (model number listed by Sony does not exist on any online store). so at this time i can not use GPS on the unit through either of those functions. the only other thing is the volume knob is easy to push in. many times i have meant to adjust the volume but instead I ended up changing to another function. a small gripe considering i use volume controls on my steering wheel but it should still be noted.1 of my favorite functions so far has been the Bluetooth. music and calls come through crystal clear. and i haven't had any problems with disconnecting. my last radio had a problem when my... 4/5 albert sims jr - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Sony XAV601BT 6.1-Inch Touch Screen Bluetooth AV Receiver with Pandora Control (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics) this is only the second aftermarket stereo I have used but it is the best that I've owned. the sound quality is excellent and the changing lights are a nice visual addition My only gripe is due to the fact that at this time it is a new product. the mirror link function does not work with all smartphones (the list i found was really short) and the optional navigation is not for sale yet (model number listed by Sony does not exist on any online store). so at this time i can not use GPS on the unit through either of those functions. the only other thing is the volume knob is easy to push in. many times i have meant to adjust the volume but instead I ended up changing to another function. a small gripe considering i use volume controls on my steering wheel but it should still be noted.1 of my favorite functions so far has been the Bluetooth. music and calls come through crystal clear. and i haven't had any problems with disconnecting. my last radio had a problem when my... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 15, 2012
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    Pandora internet radio control
    Detachable Double DIN 6.1-inch WVGA Touch Screen Display
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  • Pioneer Mobile

    Pioneer AVH-P4100DVD 7-Inch In-Dash Touchscreen Double-Din DVD Multimedia A/V Receiver

    Car Audio or Theater (Pioneer Mobile)

    Rating (53 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Pioneer Mobile

    Generally a good unit, but has a couple shortcomings

    I have had this unit for about a week now, and generally it's a pretty impressive unit. I also purchased the , the , and the .Installation:Installation for the product was generally clear. I am using the unit in a 1999 Nissan Altima. Had plenty of room for all three pieces either below the stereo or below the steering column.AUX Inputs:You'll need... 4/5 D. Edwards (Nashville, TN United States) - See all my reviews, April 8, 2009

    Pretty Good - But What's the Deal with the Remote???

    I've read through many of the insightful reviews here (not all of them, so some of this may be repeat), and I'd like to add something that I haven't seen commented on yet.Let me try and break this down into a few small areas of my deliberately limited focus for this review: Overall, Sound, and Control.OVERALLI think the unit is pretty good. I thought it was great at first, and love the DVD and video and all that (which is what I've wanted for SO long!), but as I've worked more with it, I'm noticing some very annoying issues (I'll explain below.) The installation was easy (easier than I thought), and the parking break thing didn't pose much of a problem to tweak. The unit looks nice, the screen is well designed, and the touch screen is very responsive (I love that!). One BRILLIANT addition to this unit is the display button on the left of the front of the unit. To turn the ENTIRE screen off and just make it black is just brilliant to me. I've had... 2/5 W. Alexander "Sola Gratia" (San Diego, CA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Pioneer AVH-P4100DVD 7-Inch In-Dash Touchscreen Double-Din DVD Multimedia A/V Receiver (Electronics) I've read through many of the insightful reviews here (not all of them, so some of this may be repeat), and I'd like to add something that I haven't seen commented on yet.Let me try and break this down into a few small areas of my deliberately limited focus for this review: Overall, Sound, and Control.OVERALLI think the unit is pretty good. I thought it was great at first, and love the DVD and video and all that (which is what I've wanted for SO long!), but as I've worked more with it, I'm noticing some very annoying issues (I'll explain below.) The installation was easy (easier than I thought), and the parking break thing didn't pose much of a problem to tweak. The unit looks nice, the screen is well designed, and the touch screen is very responsive (I love that!). One BRILLIANT addition to this unit is the display button on the left of the front of the unit. To turn the ENTIRE screen off and just make it black is just brilliant to me. I've had... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 11, 2009

    It's OK!

    I compared this unit with the JVC KW-AVX710 and decided to go for the Pioneer, for starters the JVC had no USB options that was standard and no SUB-Woofer out. Otherwise the picture and sound quality was very good even with my factory installed speakers. I am installing a Pioneer TV Tuner soon so I'll write an update then.Concerns: I also hear that 1 second skip others complained aboutwhen playing either my IPOD or watching a DVD, and why in heavens name is the clock in 24-Hour format, was it being manufactured for the military? I don't see why Pioneer can't send us a software update to fix this problem.Also in the year 2009 when I beleive my unit was made, why can't they include some small battery backup for the unit, if my car battery is disconnected everything goes including 18 FM stations which I can't always remember which frequency to avoid repeating and why didn't Pioneer give us the option on such an expensive unit to assign names to the FM/AM Preset... 3/5 Ian Lynch (Kingston, Jamaica) - See all my reviews, August 29, 2009
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